RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) Tutorials

Web Services » on Jul 5, 2014 { 13 Comments } By Sivateja

JAX-RS ( Java API for RESTful Web Services ) is a specification for RESTful Web Services with Java and it is provided by Sun.  Since it is a specification, other frameworks can be written to implement these specifications. In our JAX-RS tutorials we have used Jersey.  Just comment on these articles, In case if you have any question or issues while going through them. Enjoy learning RESTful web services in Java4s 😉


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13 Responses to “RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) Tutorials”
  1. sivakumar says:

    hats off excellent material

  2. Prakhar Sharma says:


    I want to learn spring, struts, hibernate and web-services, I have knowledge of core java, advance java(Servlet,JSP) please provide the guidance to learn all these things.

  3. m.sekahar says:

    i need web services sample project plz forward me

  4. Gowtham says:

    send web services real use with help of real-time project

  5. Parthu says:

    Hi Siva,

    Restful webservices are stateless web services how can we maintain the state with restful web services.

  6. nani says:

    Hi ,

    Can you show how interoperability is achieved using Restful web services?
    Please can you provide a real time project which is using some mvc,hibernates,spring AOP n DI (if possible spring transactions) and Restful webservices.


  7. Prashant says:

    Hi Sir,

    My Question is
    1) How to integrate JERSEY REST- Web service with Hibernate.

    • venkat says:

      You can use some HibernateUtil java class to instantiate hibernate configuration and from here you can get sessions. But here you need to maintain manual transaction management.

  8. Savita says:

    Excelleent Article very easy to understand for new people.

  9. Rajashekar says:

    How to calculate response time of service ?

  10. Harikrishnan says:

    Hi sir,

    What is the use of @RequestParam ?

  11. punitha says:

    Please mention lib jar list also


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